The Los Angeles Rams have been one of the most active teams on the trade market all offseason, and that continued through the NFL Draft.
He figures to help replace the production of Dez Bryant, who was released by the Cowboys this month, and likely provide a spark on special teams.
Before the 2016 season, Los Angeles chose to make the questionable decision to reward Austin with a four-year, $42 million extension with the hope that he was finally coming around as a unsafe No. 1 threat on offense.
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ESPN said, "Witten planned to meet with owner and general manager Jerry Jones on Friday before making the move official". Witten was drafted by the Cowboys in the third round of the 2003 NFL Draft after a college career at Tennessee .
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The compensation heading to Los Angeles is only a sixth-round selection, No. 192 overall. Although his price tag makes him expendable, the former first round pick has a chance to prove himself as a valuable member of America's Team.
In 75 career games with the St. Louis-Los Angeles organization, Austin's compiled 1,689 yards and 12 touchdowns through the air on 194 total receptions. For his career he's averaged a running back-like 8.7 yards per catch. Austin could be that type of player.